Police Searching For 14-Year-Old Suspect In Murder Of Barnard College Student Tessa MajorsPolice say the 14-year-old was identified as an accomplice by the 13-year-old suspect who was arrested last week.
Illegal Immigrants Can Now Get Driver's Licenses In NY StateHours-long lines greeted thousands of people outside Department of Motor Vehicles offices across the state on Monday.
Firefighter Sends Message To Suspect Accused Of Causing Injury To His Teen DaughterOmar Wilks was escorted out of a Queens courtroom on Monday morning. He is a firefighter who happened to respond to the scene after his daughter was hit by a car.
Oh My Goodness: Christmas Comes Early For Waitress, Thanks To $1,200 TipA dozen friends set out a mission to make a stranger's holiday season much brighter. They stopped into a New Jersey restaurant and surprised a woman with a little "shock and Claus."
Yet To Turn A Profit, Resorts World Catskills Casino Puts 40-Year Gaming Veteran DeSalvio In ChargeIt is a new deal for the struggling Resorts World Casino in the Catskills, which has lost more than $200 million since it opened almost two years ago.
Jersey City Shooting: Suspect Tied To Shooters Appears In Federal CourtAhmed A-Hady, 35, found himself before a federal judge after his personal cellphone number was found in the pocket of dead gunman David Anderson.
New Jersey Assembly Passes Bill To Eliminate Religious Exemptions For Vaccines For SchoolchildrenIf signed into law, the measure would end religious exemptions to required immunizations for public and private school children as well as for child care centers.
Plans To Expand Lenox Terrace Apartments RejectedDevelopers want to add five new buildings and larger retail spaces to the existing property near Harlem Hospital.
Fire Breaks Out At Recycling Plant In New JerseyThe fire broke out at Bayshore Recycling Corporation at 75 Crows Mill Road around 12:30 p.m.
Jersey City Shooting: Mayor Steven Fulop Plans To Build Bridges In Community In Wake Of Deadly ShootoutJersey City Mayor Steve Fulop believes the police response to last week's shooting was top notch, but there are other areas the city is working to improve.
City Looking Into De Blasio Security Detail's Cost To Taxpayers During His Presidential CampaignSources told CBS2 the mayor is facing an even bigger inconvenience -- his own DOI is examining the cost to taxpayers for his security detail while he campaigned for the White House.
East Harlem Children's Orchestra May Be Forced To Shut Down Due To Financial StruggleThe Salvation Army initially invested $1 million to get the orchestra started nine years ago.
Expert Offers Advice On Balancing Holiday Cheer With Work, ResponsibilitiesWhile the holidays are an exciting time, it can quickly become overwhelming.
Closing Arguments Begin In Case Of Boy Scout Killed On Side Of Long Island RoadThe defense calls the death of 12-year-old Andrew McMorris a tragic car accident. But prosecutors say a drunk driver drove off the road, turning a dream day into a nightmare.
Businesses In Westhampton Beach Shopping District Trying To Bring In Customers Amid Major ConstructionWalking is dicey and driving is off-limits for now on the Main Street shopping district of Westhampton Beach.
MTA Officials: Subway On-Time Performance Hits Highest Level Since 2013Based on a glowing report released Monday, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is boasting improved subway service and on-time performance.
Jersey City Shooting: Wake Today, Funeral Tuesday For Det. Joseph SealsHundreds of mourners waited in the cold to pay their respects to Det. Seals, and his family.
Congress Braces For Historic Vote On Trump ImpeachmentWith the House poised to vote to impeach the president as soon as Wednesday, multiple vulnerable freshman Democrats in the House announced they would vote in favor of the impeachment articles.
Police Test Knives For DNA In Investigation Into Murder Of Barnard College Student Tessa MajorsPolice say divers didn't find any other possible weapons after searching a pond in Morningside Park.?
NTSB: LIRR, Metro North Have Implemented All Safety RecommendationsThe National Transportation Safety Board is applauding the MTA for improving safety on the rails.?
Forgotten Families: NYC Files Countersuit Against Newark Over SOTA ProgramNew York lawyers say 34 families were planning to move to New Jersey's largest city and now they can't.
Car Slams Into Bagel Shop On Staten IslandThe crash happened just after 7 a.m. at the Not Just Bagels on Hyland Boulevard in the Dongan Hills section.
Jersey City Shooting: 3rd Suspect Arrested, Police Discover Illegal ArsenalThe 35-year-old was linked to David Anderson and Francine Graham after police found “a handwritten note that contained a telephone number” in Anderson’s pocket.
Video Shows Stranger With Knife Wandering Inside Home While Resident SleptNew video shows a would-be robber holding a knife in his hand walking through the kitchen of a home in the Borough Park section of Brooklyn.
Long Island Woman Charged With DWI, 10-Year-Old Boy HospitalizedA Suffolk county woman will be in court Monday to face charges of driving while intoxicated and injuring a 10-year-old boy after hitting the car he was riding in.
Court To Again Review Nelson Cruz Murder Conviction, Another NYPD Det. Scarcella CaseRearguments are expected in a motion to overturn a murder conviction linked to disgraced NYPD detective Louis Scarcella.
Police Seek Pair Seen In Brutal Attack On Elderly Queens ManSurveillance video shows two suspects walking away from an 82-year-old victim as he's lying on the sidewalk.
Schumer Calling On Phone Carriers To Help Stop RobocallsThe New York senator says he wants to crackdown on robocall scams, especially during the holidays.
Fotis Dulos, Estranged Husband Of Missing Connecticut Mother, Back In Civil CourtThe estranged husband of a missing Connecticut mother of five is expected back in court in a civil trial.
Adoptions On Hold Due To Dog Flu Outbreak At Monmouth CountyAll dog and cat adoptions, as well as veterinary services, have been suspended.

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Long Island Shoppers Leery Of Walking Through Shopping District ConstructionAn East End shopping district is trying to lure customers, who are leery of walking through an $11 million Main Street reconstruction project; CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Struggling Resorts World Casino In Catskills Under New ManagementIt is a new deal for the struggling Resorts World Casino in the Catskills, which has lost more than $200 million since it opened almost two years ago; CBSN New York's Tony Aiello reports.
Firefighter On Mission To Get Justice After Daughter Hit By CarOmar Wilks was escorted out of a Queens courtroom on Monday morning. He is a firefighter who happened to respond to the scene after his daughter was hit by a car and he has a message for the accused in the case. CBSN New York's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports
Wake For Fallen Jersey City DetectiveA wake will be held Monday for fallen Jersey City detective Joseph Seals. CBSN New York's Nick Caloway reports.
Mayor Presents NY's Bronze Medallion To Champions Of 9/11 Victim Compensation FundAdvocated who fought for the 9/11 Victims' Compensation Fund are receiving the city's highest honor, the Bronze Medallion. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Closing Arguments Expected In Case Of Boy Scout Killed On Side Of Road In Long IslandDefendant Thomas Murphy admits he was drinking before he drove his car into a group of Boy Scouts, killing 12-year-old Andrew McMorris, but he insists he was not drunk. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Subway Performance Stats Released TodayThe MTA will release new numbers on subway performance and ridership. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Long Island Woman Charged With DWI, 10-Year-Old Boy HospitalizedPolice say 23-year-old Lauren Ortiz ran a stop sign in Holbrook last night - and then crashed into a honda carrying a family of four. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Heavy Rain Creates More Sewage Issues In QueensCBSN New York's Christina Fan has the latest on the sewage problems flooding into Queens homes.
NYC To Counter-Sue Newark Over Forgotten FamiliesNew York City plans to counter-sue Newark after the New Jersey city filed legal action over the de Blasio administration's controversial homeless relocation program.
Suspect Shot After Pointing Fake Gun At NYPDCBSN New York's Charlie Cooper has the latest on the police-involved shooting in the Bronx.
NYPD Still Searching For Suspects In Tessa Majors KillingPolice sources say a second suspect has not been charged at this time in the brutal stabbing of student Tessa Majors.